"Cities are more than a place to live and work; they're a concentration of people, capital, ideas, art," explains Jascha
A typical hackathon* has 20 percent female participants. This month in Gaza, AngelHack held one of their 20 global Lady Problems
Teams that function as task forces focused on a particular issue can function even more effectively when given the jumpstart
Comparing risk-reduction, design-a-thons produce less risky ventures than one week workshops, although more risky ventures
As mobile technology continues to advance at a rapid pace, it has had a profound impact on even the most complex industries. One such industry is beginning to harness the power of mobile apps: healthcare.
Something is happening in San Francisco. Perhaps someday we will look back and call it an epicenter of the 21st century.
In the old factory district of Helsinki, Finland, in a 4,000-square-foot electric power plant known simply as Kattilahalli ("boiler hall"), more than 500 developers and creatives gathered for the largest hackathon ever held in the Nordics.
Over the past decade, the aftermath of military combat in Iraq and Afghanistan has seen an increase in the number of veteran amputees. Female veterans face additional challenges as standard prosthetics tend to be ill suited for their bodies, which are naturally narrower at the shoulder and wider at the hips.
Knowledge Gaps at PennApps: Why Everyone Should Strive to Feel Completely Inept Every Once in a While
I stared the future in the face, and only because I was willing to feel incompetent. I was willing not to be the smartest person in the room. I was willing to learn.